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Pro-Tread Hits 11 Millionth Lesson

Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI) announced that its 11 millionth lesson has been completed by Kalayo Bamigboye, a Frac Technician with Pilot Thomas Logistics in Odessa, Texas.

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3 Proven Fuel-Saving Strategies for Truck Fleets

With fuel prices on the rise, there’s no better time to refocus on fuel economy. Here are three things that nearly any fleet can focus on to drive up fuel savings fast.

Issues Created by Driver Perception

Our past experiences severely impact our current and future in more ways than we may realize. One way is how we perceive things. Even technology.

CDL & Non-CDL Driver’s Files: What’s the Difference?

If you employ drivers who are required to hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and regulated drivers who are not, are you aware of the differences between the two when it comes to driver qualification files?

The Importance of Positivity

We live in a world where we can tell anyone exactly what we think about anything with a few keystrokes. Why is it, then, that the majority of the feedback is negative? Why do people feel so much more apt to complain than praise? And, what does this have to do with fleet management?

CarriersEdge Now Offers Vehicle Inspection Courses in Spanish

CarriersEdge, a provider of online driver training for the trucking industry, is now offering Vehicle Inspection training courses in Spanish.

Trip Planning, Parking, and Deliveries Safety Course

CarriersEdge has introduced a new course to help drivers safely handle one of the most hazard-laden aspects of their jobs: maneuvering in tight, congested conditions while making deliveries.

How to Combat Driver Complacency Caused by Lower Fuel Prices

The prolonged drop in fuel prices shows no signs of abating in the foreseeable future, which is positive since lower prices are making a dent in overall fleet fuel expenditures. However, there is the risk that prolonged lower prices will result in driver complacency to being energy conscious with less focus on fuel-efficient driving.

Aerial Device Safety: Dos and Don’ts

Knowledge, preparation, and implementation of key safety principles such as following OSHA guidelines when operating aerial devices can prevent unnecessary on-the-job injuries and fatalities.

Exploring the Commercial Fleet Sessions at Green Fleet Conference

Commercial fleet managers can expect to get a wide variety of information at the 2014 Green Fleet Conference & Expo on Oct. 29-31. The four sessions will cover topics ranging from how to coach drivers to selling sustainability to C-level executives.